Frank White 5000 (award discontinued at end of 2010-11 riding season)
Super Randonneur and 3500km of other rides within four seasons
Who was Frank White?
Frank White first came to prominence in 1898 when he set out from Perth intent upon breaking William Virgin's 6070km Perth to Brisbane record. After a transcontinental race, White pedalled right through Brisbane and reach Rockhampton just 62 days after leaving Perth. After a brief rest, he turned around and pedalled back to the west; his return journey of 14,500kms was the longest single ride in the world at that time.
Alan William Baker